Hands-Free Umbrella Backpack
By Ryan on 07/23/2019 12:52 PM
What's the worst thing about holding an umbrella? It's actually having to hold an umbrella. What if you could just have an umbrella over you while still keeping both of your hands free? Well, someone made just that, and it's essentially a hands-free umbrella backpack. It gives you either shade from the sun, or protection from the rain by hovering over your back and head while keeping both of your hands free for photography, eating, drinking, and more.
Perfect for people working in the hot sun all day, the Sanko hands-free umbrella protects the upper-body and head from sunshine and rain, and straps right to your back just like how you'd put on a backpack. Though the umbrella doesn't actually have pockets or storage like a backpack has.
The hands-free umbrella backpack attaches right over your arms and across your chest, and secures closed using a buckle across your chest. Once on, you can use both hands for photography, work on the yard or garden, attend a sporting event, go fishing, and more while the device protects you from the sun.
The Sanko hands-free umbrella backpack folds down for easy storage in a bag, purse, or backpack, when fully opened it measures 39.3 inches wide x 47.2 inches long. When fully folded up, it measures just 9.4 inches long x 6.7 inches wide x 1.77 inches thick. It comes in a handy carrying case to keep it nicely folded when not in use.